The bush that burned with fire. The sermon at the consecration of St. John's Church, Elizabethtown, on the eve of the feast of circumcision. George Washington Doane.

The bush that burned with fire. The sermon at the consecration of St. John's Church, Elizabethtown, on the eve of the feast of circumcision

Burlington: J. L. Powell, 1841. First edition, 8vo, pp. 56, original brown printed paper wrappers; owner's signature on cover, ex-New Jersey Historical Society, very good and clean. The sermon is accompanied by an appendix and historical footnotes. There is text inside both wrappers and the 24th Psalm on the verso of the rear wrapper. George Washington Doane "had almost inexhaustible energy. He was a remarkably prolific writer, took an active role in the affairs of the American Episcopal Church, and lived in the grand manner of an English prelate" (Felcone). He founded a number of early institutions of education and was second Bishop of New Jersey. American Imprints 41-1619. Item #57742

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